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Torman Maxt


Progressive Metal

2.61 | 7 ratings

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2 stars Torman Maxt is an american band with 3 albums under the belt 'till today. At first listen I said to myself, hmm this is not prog metal at all to my ears, this is much more towards post metal with some alternativ tendencies here and there, something a la Platypus, but less progressive and leass good. I didn't had high expectations when I decided to take a listen to this band, but after fiew spins I put my finger on what is wrong here. First the music is to much the same, not varations, no diversity, same riffs, same drum beats, and not to mention some awfull vocal parts, for the bigginers. Band formed around the three brothers Massaro, they didn't manage to catch any attention to the wider public, I understandable, the music is mediocre but not so bad as many claim to be, is much more worse music and albums then this one named The foolishness of time from 2001. In places I hear some Motorhead riffs, fast and concise, but the progressive moments I din't met them on this album, I've tried to catch some strong elemnts of progresivness , but I failed in the end to find anything exciting. Not a pieces stands as very good, some mediocre ones all the time, maybe the title track is maybe a 3 star track but failed in attract me in any way, but as I said not realy so painfull as many said. 2 is the best I can give, not good, but not very bad either, in the middle. I'm not bothered about christian lyrics, each one can express themself in any way they like, the music is one who make me go to sleep.
b_olariu | 2/5 |


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